Giants seize day with biggest plays
ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. — As running back Rashad Jennings broke one tackle after another, the Giants began shedding their early-season reputation for squandering fourth-quarter leads.
Jennings eluded three would-be tacklers to score on a 51-yard catch-and-run midway through the fourth quarter, and cornerback Prince Amukamara settled matters on Buffalo's next possession by stripping the ball out of the hands of receiver Robert Woods.
Eli Manning busted a blitz by dumping a short pass to Jennings, who sidestepped linebacker Nigel Bradham in the backfield, avoided linebacker Preston Brown, then shoved aside safety Bacarri Rambo before scoring.
"Somebody had to step up and make a pay," Giants receiver Odell Beckham said. "And he came up big."
"As far as me as a player, I've got to make that play," said Bradham, a former Florida State standout.